How to modernize Windows Server apps with Remote Desktop Services | Windows Server Summit 2019

How to modernize Windows Server apps with Remote Desktop Services | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>Hi. I’m Jon Federico, I’m in Windows Server on Azure Product Marketing here at Microsoft and I’m responsible for Remote Desktop Services and Windows Virtual Desktop. Today, we’re going to dive into a variety of topics around Remote Desktop Services or RDS. First, we will talk about what’s improved in the core product of RDS,

Azure DevOps Server in Azure Government

Azure DevOps Server in Azure Government

[MUSIC]>>Hi, this is Steve Michelotti of the Azure Government Engineering team. I’m joined here today by Jason Ingram, Cloud Solution Architect focused on federal customers. Welcome Jason.>>Thank you very much.>>So we are here today to talk about Azure DevOps Server on Azure Governments. So why don’t we start off, give us a little bit about

25 ways to innovate with hyperconverged infrastructure | Windows Server Summit 2019

25 ways to innovate with hyperconverged infrastructure | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>Hi, I’m Cosmos from the Core OS storage team. Let’s talk about hyperconverged infrastructure. HCI is rapidly becoming the way that organizations modernize on-premises infrastructure. By consolidating from proprietary dedicated storage arrays and network appliances to simply industry standards servers that bring their own software-defined storage and networking, organizations around the world are lowering costs,

Using Jenkins to connect other server via SSH

Using Jenkins to connect other server via SSH

Connect to Jenkins server Disable hotkey checking for SSH Generate SSH key for Jenkins user ssh to “worker” server that will be connected by Jenkins server Create file ~/.ssh/authorized_keys Paste Jenkins SSH Public Key to authorized_keys file Get “Worker” server IP address Create a Project in Jenkins Write “ssh” command to connect “Worker” server and

Getting Ready for a Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment of a Static Website – part 1

Getting Ready for a Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment of a Static Website – part 1

bonjour hi welcome to another video of cloud in five minutes I’m Frank Boucher and today I want to show you how to create a CI CD continuous integration continuous deployment using Azure DevOps to deploy a static website see you Griffin e gen gets you off contest video Kiki just see Oh what what

How Firebase Cloud Functions support custom domains – #AskFirebase

How Firebase Cloud Functions support custom domains – #AskFirebase

Installing Jenkins on Ubuntu Server 15.10 (Get started with Jenkins part 2)

Installing Jenkins on Ubuntu Server 15.10 (Get started with Jenkins part 2)

Hi everyone and welcome back to the “Get started with Jenkins” series. In this video I’m going to show you can install Jenkins. Just a quick note before I continue: the instructions in this video will only work for Linux distributions that are based on Debian. Jenkins can run on practically all Linux distributions but

From Website to Progressive Web App (GDD Europe ’17)

From Website to Progressive Web App (GDD Europe ’17)